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Author Topic: Raising Sheep ( lambs for 4H )  (Read 3201 times)

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Re: Raising Sheep ( lambs for 4H )
« Reply #30 on: July 23, 2019, 05:59:24 PM »
Here’s all the info for this year’s show. The only hard part is you’d have to be here for the mandatory meeting. I heard you can have an “agent” present for the exhibitor. Not sure. I’ll see Wednesday night how that works maybe.  All I know now is there are 21 kids with rabbits at the show which is 3x more than last year.

https://www.evergreenfair.org/DocumentCenter/View/1525/Livestock-Show-Sale-book?bidId=
Can out of towners show and sell market animals?

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Re: Raising Sheep ( lambs for 4H )
« Reply #31 on: July 24, 2019, 07:05:23 AM »
Here’s all the info for this year’s show. The only hard part is you’d have to be here for the mandatory meeting. I heard you can have an “agent” present for the exhibitor. Not sure. I’ll see Wednesday night how that works maybe.  All I know now is there are 21 kids with rabbits at the show which is 3x more than last year.

https://www.evergreenfair.org/DocumentCenter/View/1525/Livestock-Show-Sale-book?bidId=
Can out of towners show and sell market animals?

As far as I know they can. You'd just have to attend the mandatory meeting and complete the Youth for Quality Care of Animals program beforehand. YQCA is new for us this year. I'm not sure if that's standard elsewhere but they're requiring the kids complete it this year. If your kids are 4-h'ers the my 4h login will work for a login. It's probably not a bad program to put kids through either way just as learning material. The record book and stall card is in that link. At our fair it's not a 4-H or FFA event. It's a whoever wants to participate event. Haul in is on a Wednesday and the sale is on Saturday night. I'm pretty sure I'm going to the meeting tonight so I should know most of the other details afterwards.
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